Hannah Vogt, LMSW
M.S., Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin
B.S, Psychology, Oklahoma Christian University
Hannah is from the north Dallas area and in 2013, she began her career path journey when she decided to study Psychology at Oklahoma Christian University. Hannah graduated in Spring 2017 with honors and was excited to continue on her path by moving to Austin and starting a Masters degree in Social Work at The University of Texas at Austin. During her two years in the Social Work Masters program, Hannah gained valuable knowledge and experience that continue to shape her today. Hannah decided to take a full-time position working with adults in a psychiatric hospital upon her graduation, but she enjoys the freedom to also work with The Timothy Center part-time.
Hannah deeply values the therapeutic relationship and sees its potential for every client that enters the therapy room. Hannah seeks to create a warm and inviting space and operates from a positive, strengths-based mindset, believing that growth, learning, and healing are possible for each and every client. Hannah also values meeting a client where they are spiritually and opens the door to bring faith into the therapeutic process when that is desired by a client. Hannah has experience working with children and teens, and has been trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention, a therapeutic model specifically for working with children and adolescents who have endured traumatic life experiences. Hannah also has experience working with adults with a variety of mental illnesses and seeks to provide empathy and warmth to clients suffering from a variety of life stressors and mental health concerns.
In Hannah's free time, she enjoys quality time with loved ones, travelling, building her yoga skills, and eating her way through Austin.